Rubbish

27 January 2020 - 19:00

Dragon Hall Debate: Rubbish
National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, Norwich
7-9pm
Control. Alt. Delete? We know that our planet faces serious waste issues, but what if we redefined rubbish? Dr Lorna Richardson (UEA) will explore the value of preserving our digital heritage, poet Dr John Wedgwood Clarke will take us down to the poetic landfill, Alun Housago (Norfolk County Council) will argue that solutions lie in behaviour change and Rowan Van Tromp (Norwich Food Hub) will challenge us to think about how our economy can work for us – one tin of beans at a time.
Suitable for ages 16+
Dragon Hall Debates tackle a range of topical scientific, cultural and political issues, drawing on the expertise of UEA academics as well as guest thinkers, writers and commentators
Curated by UEA and the National Centre for Writing
Booking: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/spektrix/event-detail/?WebEventId=dhdebate-rubbish

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National Centre for Writing
Dragon Hall
Norwich
NR1 1QE
Category:Community and education
Type:Talk or discussion
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